Kimberley Suchomel survived the Las Vegas mass shooting and died a week later, but she wasn’t a witness who identified a second shooter.
A fake Costco coupon for $41 off a $50 purchase began circulating on Facebook in October 2017.
A false report of a finger in Wendy’s chili from 2005 continues to circulate today, but the finger was planted in an attempted extortion scheme.
A column headlined “The Enemy Among Us” about Organizing for Action (OFA) has been incorrectly attributed to Charles Krauthammer.
A website known for publishing fabricated reports is behind false rumors that Dr. Rafael Espinanzo has confirmed that Michelle Obama is actually a man.
The “Fun Facts About the NFL” commentary cites mostly true examples of the league fining or threatening to fine players for exercising their right to free speech.
False claims that Mandalay Bay security guard Jesus Compos was arrested as the second gunman in the Las Vegas mass shooting came from websites that fabricate news reports.